Kinda like a Stage 2, i.e. answer each question and connect in the end.
All these movie terms were coined by someone. Name the terms. Who coined them? (that’s the connect)
- In a high speed chase, a car shifts more gears than it actually has. In the movie this term is named after, the hero upshifts more than 16 times.
- As American movies ended the long frontier trek and began to look inward for sources of inspiration, this dialogue replaced “Westward ho!”
- Any film using a plot which can be summarized by saying “One’s a…” For example, “One’s a cop. One’s an actor.” Or “One’s a saint. One’s a sinner.”
- In every movie with Italian-American characters, one must be named X.
- Coined after a scene, where X is taking a bath, and a guy bursts in the room, promising him how he plans to have his revenge, only to have X kill him. X then advises the corpse, “If you have to shoot, shoot don’t talk.”
This story tells about the journey of a mechanical genius from his self-imposed exile from the rest of humanity to a more normal life, conquering the disease myasthenia gravis as well as his own contempt for humans in general.
Being born a weakling, he channeled his intellect, and his family’s money, into the development of the device patented as “Synchronous Reduplicating Pantograph”. Wearing a glove and harness, he could control a much more powerful mechanical hand simply by moving his hand and fingers. In the story, these devices became popularly known as “Xs”. In reference to this story, the real-life remote manipulators that were later developed also came to be called Xs. Specifically; an “X” is a device which is controlled by moving a model of the device; usually a pair of robotic hands that are controlled by sensors in a pair of gloves.
No relations to that other X, though .What is X?
Anti-X is a board game made by San Francisco State University Professor Ralph Anspach in response to X. The game was originally to be produced in 1973 as Bust the Trust.
The original game begins with the board in a “Xed” state, effectively the “result” of a completed X game. Players take the role of federal “case workers” bringing indictments against each business in an attempt to return the state of the board to a free market system.